Whether you are looking for those extra reps on a certain skill, pushing to grow your physical ability, or hoping to stay sharp during the off-season, our additional training programs have something for everyone! Peter Maniscalco, D1's Supplemental Training Manager and founder of Rip City Performance leads our optional training programs and will work with you 1 on 1 to help determine the most effective drills and workouts needed to acheive your desired results.
Our coaching staff works hands-on with the athlete, helping them set goals and develop at the appropriate rate. Whether you are new to the game or an elite veteran pursuing collegiate recruitment, our trainers will work with you 1 on 1 to ensure that you get the reps and feedback needed in order to elevate your level of play.
Similar to our Private Lessons, but athletes can train with up to six of their friends or teammates. One of the best ways to build a strong culture and cohesion in a team is through training together! These lessons are fully catered towards the group's needs and allow athletes the opportunity to adjust specific techniques that are centered around game-like interactions on the court, such as setting off of a live pass.
Rise with us Chicago! Rip City have been the leading jump-training experts in volleyball performance for the last several years with sport-specific movement, injury-prevention, and plyometric training from former collegiate volleyball players and coaches. Reach new heights with us during a one-hour explosive jump training session.
Can't make that training session, or just want to workout at your own speed and comfort? Download a volleyball-specific custom workout designed by Rip City, and get to work at HOME! Purchase single workouts (up to five!), or become eligible for Rip City's private, online Track Your Athlete 1-month Training Program - with goal setting, challenges, unlock workouts & gear and more!
Be a part of the best summer camps, youth training, and sand volleyball in the area! All programs are designed to cater to specific types of athletes and skill sets and are led by Division1 coaches, current college athletes and alumni.